10.10.17

Clearing Up the Confusion: eSignature vs. Digital Signature

Within today’s digitally-driven mortgage environment, new terms and phrases are often created in support of changes within the industry. While these industry terms can often be complex in scope, they are related to a very specific process or procedure within the mortgage space and must be used correctly to avoid confusion amongst lenders and borrowers. For the most part, interchanging industry lingo is avoidable; however, in certain situations two terms may sound extremely similar but relate to two very different aspects.

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08.10.17

Three Ways Document Services Can Help CEOs

Today’s mortgage industry CEOs are focused on digital transformation because it holds the key to competitive advantage, as well as the way to improve efficiency and lower costs. To make the leap from traditional mortgage loan origination to the digital mortgage, CEOs must drive optimization and transparency while also delivering an excellent customer experience.

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05.25.17

eMortgage, Part 2: A Promising Present

 

eMortgage, Part 2: A Promising Present

 

In our previous blog post, we explored eMortgage’s complex past and how the convergence of multiple technological and legal developments enabled eMortgage to arrive at its present state. But where exactly is eMortgage today?


To refresh, eMortgage refers to the electronic completion of the entire mortgage documentation and closing process, including document generation, delivery, signatures, notarization, authentication, closing and validation.

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05.09.17

The Critical Importance of Execution: Modern Mortgage Business

Lenders spend a lot of time and money selecting the partners and technologies to trust with their origination businesses. The stakes are high. From a compliance standpoint, vendor management is a significant concern. And then finding that a prospective partner who has made it all the way through the due diligence process doesn’t have what it takes to implement effectively can be very frustrating.

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